You've had a chance to come listen to some interesting math talks, now it's your turn to come solve problems and talk about math! The annual Math Hour Olympiad, hosted by the Monthly Math Hour, the Northwest Academy of Sciences, and Prime Factor Math Circle, is an individual oral math olympiad in the tradition of Russian math olympiads, which date back to the 1930s.

Due to the special format of this session, which emphasizes one-on-one communication between the participants and our team of volunteer mathematicians, we can only accommodate a limited number of students. The event is free but requires a pre-registration. **Registration is now closed** because we have reached full capacity.

The Olympiad is open to students in grades 6–10. Highly motivated fifth-graders may participate; however, we discourage this because the format of the Olympiad can be overwhelming for younger students. No other grades will be admitted.